Genomic damage and repair: prize-winners and pioneers

Since Albert Kelner shone a light on the process of DNA repair in 1948, scientists have been working to harness the power of correction

Circulating cell free DNA in pregnancy and cancer

Improved understanding of plasma DNA is opening up new possibilities for non-invasive testing and diagnosis

Immortality, regenerative medicine, and the origin of death

Over the past century, huge advances have been made in bioengineering. But what can genomics bring to the table?

Clinical interpretation: when is a variant a mutation?

Genome sequencing produces volumes of valuable data, but what are the challenges of interpretation that gives practitioners the answers they need?

Genomics and the trouble with 'N of 1' trials

Randomised controlled trials are a rigorous way to identify cause and effect, but when it comes to rare genomic variants, connections can be hard to detect

Cancer immunotherapy: genomic insights, promises and challenges

One-in-two people are likely to develop cancer, according to new research. With advances in genomics, can we improve the outcomes?